Phlebotomy Certification Program at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee

The accredited Phlebotomy Certificate Program at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Health Occupations Division, Milwaukee, WI is a one-semester  that starts in August and January.  Students are trained to draw blood perform lab procedures and clerical duties.The program emphasizes the skills, theory and practical applications of phlebotomy. This program may be taken on a part-time basis.

 

The Phlebotomy Tech Program at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Health Occupations Division, Milwaukee, WI admits students through a petition selection process. Phlebotomy classes are available during the day, evenings or weekends. However, one class – MLABT-166 Phlebotomy Clinical Experiences is typically during the day.

There are a number of classes that meet at 4 p.m. There are some required general education courses that are available in the evenings and on weekends.To apply, applicants mustt submit an application with a $30 one-time only admission fee and an additional $20 fee for criminal background check.

Milwaukee Area Technical College, Health Occupations Division, Milwaukee, WI

  • Website: http://matc.edu/documents/catalog/2012-2013/Phlebotomy.html
  • Phone: 414-297-MATC
  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus
  • 700 West State Street
  • Milwaukee, WI 53233-1443
  • Degrees: Certificate Program

The Milwaukee Area Technical College, Health Occupations Division, Milwaukee, WI  Phlebotomy Certification Program is accredited by NAACLS.  National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)  specializes in the approval of educational programs in the clinical laboratory sciences and Phlebotomy Certificate Programs. A bilingual option is also available for this program.

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